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Huawei’s New R&D Plant Is Basically a Bunch of European Castles and Cities

The new Huawei campus, called Ox Horn, consists of replicas of well-known palaces and castles in Europe. It even has a Versailles.

Venezuela: Maduro Announces ‚Immediate Investment‘ in ‚Chinese Brothers‘ Huawei

Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced on Thursday his regime would invest „immediately“ into Chinese telecommunications giants Huawei and ZTE to bring a 4G wireless network to the country, which is suffering chronic shortages of food, medicine, …

Pakistan Arrests Chinese Man for Throwing Local Worker into Furnace

Mai 24, 2019No Comments

Police officers in Pakistan this week arrested an engineer from China for allegedly pushing a Pakistani worker into a three-story-deep furnace for failing to understand his instructions at a factory in Punjab’s Faisalabad region.

Camp Survivor: China Grants Imprisoned Muslims One Hour to Cry Every Two Weeks

China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region is notoriously dotted with huge re-education camps for Muslims where very little autonomy can be found.

Unrepentant: Letters from Freed ‚American Taliban‘ John Walker Lindh Praise Islamic State, Afghan Jihad

Mai 24, 2019No Comments

The infamous “American Taliban” John Walker Lindh wrote a few letters to reporters and authors praising Afghan Taliban jihad and the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), prompting recipients of the correspondence to label him unrepentant as authorities released …

Senior North Korean Envoy Makes ‘Work Visit’ to Cuba

The vice president of the Communist Party of North Korea met with senior members of the Cuban Castro regime in Havana on Thursday for a “work visit” to discuss “topics of mutual interest,” according to the Cuban Foreign Ministry.

China Says No to More Trade Talks Until U.S. Corrects ‚Wrong Actions‘

Tariffs on Chinese goods are likely to go up as China points the finger at the U.S. for the collapse of trade talks.

Taiwanese Artist Creates ‘Tank Man’ Balloon for 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square

A Taiwanese artist working under the name “Shake” created a huge inflatable replica of the iconic “Tank Man” moment from the Tiananmen Square massacre and parked it outside the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall in Taipei, two weeks ahead of the 30th annive…

Martel: Green Hero Justin Trudeau Unbothered by Canada’s Rogue Behavior in Philippine Trash Scandal

Embattled leftist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made his career on apologizing for his country’s alleged „colonialism“ and vows to appease the green left. Yet even the threat of war was not enough to get his government to pick up its trash hal…

Sri Lankan President Pardons Buddhist Monk Accused of Inciting Violence Against Muslims

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on Wednesday pardoned Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara Thera, a hardline Buddhist monk accused of inciting violence against Muslims. Sirisena’s office provided no reason for issuing the surprise pardon.